June dates coming soon!
$100 general tuition
$ 50 student tuition
June dates coming soon!
$100 general tuition
$ 50 student tuition
This workshop covers an in-depth approach to putting your best foot forward and attract new clients. During this full day seminar, you will learn the ins-and-outs of how to:
Finding new clients, creating effective marketing campaigns, negotiating contracts…. These are just some of the necessary skills photographers need to thrive in today’s competitive marketplace. During this full day seminar, COO Jamie Rose and guests will present our highly popular and newly expanded #PhotoBizSkills presentations specifically focused on marketing.
The seminar topics include: social media strategies, website development, branding design, effective networking, presenting your work in person, interviewing, budgeting, follow up, and much more.
With plenty of audience participation and Q&A opportunities, Jamie and a guest speaker will offer ways each attendee can make the most of their limited free time to find new and better paying clients, increase revenue, and meet your goals.
Every level of photographer should be able to grow and expand their knowledge on how to creatively market their business with this workshop. Join us for this perfect mixture of inspiration, information, and business practices!
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Our COO and co-founder Jamie Rose will be leading this workshop and you’ll find her energy is infectious during this program. Jamie’s early career was spent in the halls of power as a Press Corps photojournalist covering Capitol Hill and the White House, primarily as a contractor for The New York Times.
Her passion for working with nonprofits led her to documentary coverage of humanitarian crises in Africa, South America, and the Middle East. Her clients included organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, The Calvert Foundation, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria, & Tuberculosis, and Physicians for Human Rights among others.
In 2011, Jamie was awarded the United Nations’ IPC’s Photographers Leadership Award. She has also won an Award of Excellence by The Alexia Foundation, and the prestigious White House News Photographers’ Association Project Grant for her portfolio of nonprofit health care providers in East Africa. In 2008, she helped to co-found Momenta, which taught more than 700 photographers during 54 workshops on 5 continents.
Jamie is considered an expert in nonprofit photography and business development. She has been featured by Photo District News (PDN), News Photographer Magazine, and numerous online publications about the importance of nonprofit documentary photography. She received her Master’s Degree in photojournalism from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University and her bachelor’s degree from American University.
Allison Zaucha (pronounced: zoo-kah) is an independent award-winning photojournalist based in Los Angeles, California. She is passionate about working on social issues with a variety of news publications and nonprofit organizations. In addition to her daily assignment work for such publications as The Washington Post and The New York Times, Allison enjoys developing meaningful storytelling campaigns with brands and commercial clients. She considers the camera her means of connection, empowerment, and understanding. Allison is a member of Women Photograph and NPPA and is represented by ZUMA Press.
She has been chosen for honors such as PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch, American Photography 32, 34 & 35, and Artpil’s 30 under 30 Women Photographers. Allison is also one of the faculty for Momenta’s annual Project Los Angeles: Photographing Nonprofits workshop.
Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, The CUT at New York Magazine, NPR, Bloomberg News, NBC News, USA Today, ESPNW, BuzzFeed News, Cosmopolitan, Broadly-VICE, Life & Thyme, Youtube, sweetgreen, The Wing, Kohler, International Rescue Committee, Travis Manion Foundation and the historical book Together We Rise: The Official Oral History of the Women’s March by the Organizers.
For more than two decades, John Harrington, photographer and best selling author, has traveled the world creating visual stories of every day lives and history-making events through his camera. His work has appeared in Life, Time, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. His images from the Pentagon on September 11th, 2001 are a part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Images from his work as a part of the team documenting the historic inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009 are also a part of that same Smithsonian collection.
John is a San Francisco Bay area native and came to Washington, DC in the mid 1980s as a student at Catholic University of America. He graduate in 1990 with a political science degree , then hired for on as a with The World & I, where he routinely covered the White House, Congress, and the Pentagon. Soon after, he was signed under contract by the Black Star picture agency exclusively licensing his stock images and to fulfill assignments in Washington, DC.
In addition to location assignments, John has taken his editorial magazine eye and applied it to corporate clients including Coca-Cola, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Lockheed Martin, and the National Geographic Society, to name just a few.
John has a true love for his art and takes time to satisfy his artistic whims. His original images have been purchased as art on both coasts. One particularly striking image has been printed as an inspirational poster by the Smithsonian Institution’s Air and Space Museum. Harrington is also a Native-American and has put his skills to use for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
John has lectured across the United States for the North American Nature Photographers Association, American Society of Media Photographers, American Photographic Artists, Momenta Workshops, Professional Photographers of America, and the National Press Photographers Association.
He is an ex-officio President Emeritus of the White House News Photographers Association and is actively involved in his profession as advisor, board member, and consultant to American Society of Media Photographers, National Press Photographers Association, and the International League of Conservation Photographers to name a few.
Harrington has produced three commissioned books for the Smithsonian and the fourth edition of his book Best Business Practices for Photographers, remains a bestseller. Harrington lives in Washington, DC with his three daughters – the most amazing subjects he has ever captured.